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Cummins Cuts Jobs

January 6, 2016 Between 10-15 professional positions at Cummins Jamestown Engine Plant were cut in a nationwide reduction of employees, according to plant manager Mike Abbate. In October, Cummins Inc. more »»

Swanson Takes Over As District Attorney

January 6, 2016 As the new acting district attorney for Chautauqua County, Patrick Swanson is ready to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job in a similar manner to his predecessor. more »»

New Faces, Big Issues

January 5, 2016 MAYVILLE — Four new Chautauqua County legislators enter and 15 members return as the legislature prepares to confront a variety of challenges. more »»

Chautauqua Institution President To Retire At Year's End

January 5, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — Chautauqua Institution President Tom Becker is announcing his retirement, effective at the end of this calendar year. more »»

Reed Supports Obamacare Repeal Measure

January 5, 2016 House members returning to Washington, D.C., for legislative session this week are set to confront a bill that would repeal portions of the Affordable Care Act. more »»

Council Removes BPU Members Opposed To Revenue Sharing

January 5, 2016 Jamestown City Council started the new year Friday by welcoming a new member and unanimously approving a list of appointments, notably three new members to the Board of Public Utilities. more »»

Seat’s Taken

January 4, 2016 Time is running out for local residents to become a part of restoring history. Earlier this month, Bob Johnston, Jamestown Street Railway Trolley Car No. more »»

Mains Supports Pupil Transportation Priorities

January 4, 2016 A school bus safety association is calling for restoration of Gap Elimination Adjustment funds and a hefty increase in education aid from the state. more »»

NYS Advisory Council Finds Online Learning To Be Beneficial

January 4, 2016 ALBANY — A recent report from a New York state advisory council found that online and blended learning courses can be beneficial to students across the state. more »»

Give And Take

January 3, 2016 Attracting business and development, the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency’s PILOT program is spurring job growth despite a few companies failing to meet initial employment goals. more »»

Education Officials List Top Complaints In System

January 3, 2016 The world of education in New York state isn’t always an easy one to navigate, local officials told The Post-Journal. more »»

Police Warn Public To Lock Car Doors

January 3, 2016 The Jamestown Police Department is warning the public to keep their car doors locked and their valuables out of plain sight. Captain Robert F. more »»

Commitment To Community

January 2, 2016 BEMUS POINT — A devoted interest in Chautauqua County and a sparked curiosity drive County Legislator Pierre Chagnon’s public service engagement. more »»

Get Fit, Stay Fit

January 2, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. — Physical education grants throughout New York state and beyond will continue thanks to U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand. Gillibrand, D-N.Y. more »»

‘Get On Your Feet’

January 2, 2016 College graduates can now apply for relief from student loan payments under the “Get On Your Feet” Loan Forgiveness Program. Gov. more »»

Closed For Business

January 1, 2016 All three locations of U.S. News in Jamestown have been closed. The businesses are located at 107 W. Third St., 1377 E. Second St., and 712 Foote Ave., in the Southside Plaza. All three U.S. more »»

Halfway Point

January 1, 2016 Reaching the halfway point in his first term in office, Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan said he feels good about the accomplishments witnessed in the last two years. more »»

JPD Seeks Serial Arsonist, Tips From Public

January 1, 2016 A string of related arson fires in the city has Jamestown police and fire investigators actively seeking tips from the public. According to Captain Robert F. more »»

Looking Ahead, And Behind

December 31, 2015 For local officials, 2015 undoubtedly brought challenges and successes. As 2016 approaches, uncertainties over the repowering of NRG remain while more work awaits county officials. more »»

Board Of Trustees Approves Amphitheater Construction Contract

December 31, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — A construction project regarding the demolition of the Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater took a step forward Wednesday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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